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THE JCRGU8. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 22, 1894.
fin vmsA -pi ... rvwr -hat DON'T ACCEPT LLGAL t iHnry Jbsair. TTS OF TtrIS. I aars Iolpb Conrrv. I 1p ie eirrim cart f pall Ratk lejasd ronaty. Tola Srpteeiber tera A. D. 1M.-U cbaa- Ty. Rvf mtlbtn. HVtiael OTlneo.ll, Wil li l Tinaae'l. Jaw. 0"DnereTt. Macr. OToej hh, Ale OTMpaavll. Mary (TimmIi, KTii O-Dnaoell. Jferraret 0DwroeIl. Aa!rew (rHM Ml.lirt II htMl. B . za O'OPfiMil, Man n lnw l, V apnea A. Dooaeil. Hoe O'Dna IwiU John T. O'DnaarlU Marraeet fDnwut,X Miss trlbiase'.i. Mary Ann 0lwil. owf fairs M noepard aril J RJnhtoB. AnVtavttof iimi Ji( Man. O'Uonae'l. V.urtc. A. VDaail. Noea O'Dnoaoll. Joan F. 1opm1, Vtnraret n nmnwll. Minnie O'Dne neli. Mar Araee O'Omineii. I'tra ODornell. XaT- O'lMajiwll. Andrew ODrmneil. Mary t Itnnaall. IVra vrwwneli aw! tiu tha revM-ae of Jpsie 0Donnll ta er.known, Imaieaded with ta aha defendants. O'Donaell, Wir- l'aat O'Deaaeli, Alice OToonell. hta"y O'DrMiMil. . MeO.erory. Iinae M. Sbepani a4 i. R. Jnhnxon. Bar lac IH n tb clerk', office of tbccir rail eoart Of ai4 eocaty.aoiire t therefore hre bv r'vn to ta ta4 nan mdent nWnedaat tbat ta cwapialaant lied bar II of rnaspaint ta a anarv on taa rkaneeTy .de thereof, on the SMk v of July. aad that tbereata a suwaone leeed oat of raid cocrt, vbfmi pM eait i tow eadinc. ratarnaM ni tha tm Mnad.y ic the aaanrh of septraibrr nx . ee iaby law required. yam e)ese yoa. taa aaid ana re.i'teni drfVnd at abov aamed Mane OInoac!i. Mairtca A r'ltnatell, Sm 'toslU Joha F. O Doonell, Variant O'Dnona.l. 11 nnte O'ltnnse'l. Mary A.ne o ltio-;;, X: ip Worne;;, warraret i IVmneV. Andre b'unaeell. Mary 0'wi.i.i, Bliaa o'Dnaa 1 aad Jpaep O'Dot-nell. abail pr anaai;y be u4 appear before aaid c:rrolt court oa tee t rt dav of tap pelt term thereof , to be boidra M avwc l-.aod Is and If the aa:d cnnnty. on the r Monday to !ert'BNr orxu and p'eari. an ar or acinar to tha aald cxmp'iaiuaBt b;il of c7'ip alru tbe aanaa aad I tie mailer and tbioira tHarvin cbarcod and a ared will he taken a oatt feeaed. and a decrra entr-ed ar:&t joa accord ing to tb praretof aa d ' t'.l. bated at ho-k lalacd. I :ik.!. th! SS'b day of Jiy. A. D. im. OCORi.t W. GAMBLE. l"rk ft aid O t, r. Ckaaxa a Wtu. Coapialnaat'a solicitor. stati of iixrenta.. - takat CoraTT. I To rbe b pi ruber urm, A. D-, 1SR4. ctrtait enart In rkaocery. Anna Caeaii, eueap'.alnaat, r. WlUtaa Cazatt. dfradar. To the above aaaed defendant. William Cazatt: Notea la hereby 1ea to taa a:d illlaa Ca at, tbat tbe avrre-named erKpla'cast baa tbi day fi4 bee Ml of eompiaat ia aaid mnrt oa taa ckaseery aloe thereof anicet rt a fcr dleorra. and Tbat a uaan in rtancary iberecpoa :iwced eat of paid roan m:nt ou. tbe ahoee named tefeadanl. rvarnaaia na the tm day of tbe next lejnn of the nrcstt conn of aaid rncatt to be t- Van and hoMea at tbe rnnrt bnuae, ta the city of Hnra le aad. In aaid Rock Uand rocnte, on the tret Mnrdae ra Seniemher.A. It. I", aa la by la reo, aired, aad abirb ai!t tr etui peadinf la aaid cnan. at abich use aed p'.ara J .a ... nppaor aad Biead, anewr nr drmnr to .(! biii. btUKliI w. liAMBi.e. t"ierk of paid Coott. Jaattena A Hrr. Cotnpla'naiit'a twnc:tora. Rock le.aad. lUinol. Ja:j ft. A. O !r4 Adaamwratera Xotlre: Setsra of rua al F.-wlr. deeeaaod . Taa aaderlaved haeiat aea arpotatee adain taaraenr "f tbe eeuta of IHUel Fcaler. law of ta enaary f Rock Ifiaad. ta of nitncr. de- eaaaao, aerany yree aottca taa: ha ar'X appeal before tha coart of Kotk la'.aad coan t. at taa nffl'e of tha clerk of aaid coan, la taa cite or ibvt leiaad. at tb ottoner lam. tha trat lloaday la or'oher '. at wbica tiJM all parenaa bartnc la'.e aca.et raid ea tat are aottaed aad reaealed to atteod for lb arpoaa of baetac tbe pane adjae4. All par anna tadebted to Paid aetata are reqaeated to am laaini paraient to ta aaacramaa. BTHOM DKI KT. Adiamiatrator. I tali tlat dayo; July, A D. 14. BAKES. THE UOIallTO. STATE SAVINGS BA1TC. Soils e, HI. OaVt Coraar rUlaaau tin nlTtMU CAPITAL 110000.00. I Ua Kolia aartaa Baas. Ortaaiaad 1 i rcin mm mi h nmm. Orgaalaot oadar Stat Lava. Op from a. at. to a at., and Wrcnoaday aac atoroaf klghai rromTto Ipm Fnama Riiaaaa. rrealderl U. a. ionoara, Tloa Piraioanl MiaacToaai Fsnor 8kTnnoT. W. W. Walla. O. A. Urmm, H . A. A tnrwortk, . . Bdwaroa. W. B. Adaaaa. rlkejr.. C. F. Haaseaway. Western Investments GUAKAJiTZKO REAL ESTATE LOANS aaaae for pereat parti aa fa taa taidan pot of laa vast by taa Orchard State Bank of OaCnAJU), VXB1UBKA. B. W. Daar, rtealdaat. J. B. Damt CaabJac uranavcn. tteben a Lynda. Banker.. . 9. Robtaooa, Caahlar Rock bland national Bank. U. a Carter, M. D. tienry Dart' Bona, Wholaaal Oram. Con aa pond aaca aolldtad. TODKBn BM Q00OS Bath of all kinds, including Turkish, plain, shampoo, elec tric, electro-thermal, etc., may be obtained at the Sanitarium Bath Booms, on the first floor of the Harper llouae. BOOMS OPEN. For Ladies From I a. m. to 12 m. on week days For Gen tlemen From 6 a. m. to 7:30 a. m., and from I p. m. to I p. n. on week dare On Sundays the rooms will be open from 6 a. m. to 11 a. m. for Gentlemen only. Electric and Electro-thermal baths mat be obtained at any time dnriaf bueinesa hoars. Gymnasium aoaasMtad with batk 99&oPUIlE miTATlONS. 1S8URASVM. XUbliahed 1883. "THE OIDRELIABLL" HATES ft CLSAYELAlTal RXRRAI. Heprtancring over 40 afUlion DoHaxa Ot Catfel Tin Life, Tornado Aootdent, Marina, Employer's Liability INSURANCE. Bonds of 8urtytlp- OF PICS Bnpoa'a beac atock lalaad. 01a irevarratea: tbe enll tnarreot yoa. J. M. BUFORD, Genera! . . . Insurance Agent. Tbo old Fir aad Tlmo-tnaS Oompantoa rapraacntcd. Losses Promptly Piii. aa kr aa aay ralUbla company eaa afford Toar Fatrona-e ta aoliritad. RUPTURE Paiclessly, Positirelr. Perfectly. Per manently, C-U-E-E-D Withont Surgic&l Operation ordcten tion from Business.' 9o pay for trrannetit cntll tared, Dieraeae of Rectaia: Cbraclc lVnt puon. etncture, Fiaacma rrunua or iicusc pt.ee ptrmanecuy cared. FlrtBla cored witboat the are of knife. Plica rcBoeed ar.iboat ;.n at Ui Medical and Sargical Institute DOCTORS A2IDZZSOS Sc. ZtOSE. CONSULTATION IS FREE Fmanent:y Laeatod In tbe Ryan Block. oaiiiua awf wn; oirocia, uaeaapon, towa ALL AFFLICTED ARE WELCOME. Ore, Aaderaoa aad Soee are rraduata of the leading- medical college of tnie cooniry, and arltk tO yean' experience la Ike treatment of chionlc dlaeaaes. CATARKB. THROAT ASTD LCKQS. Tbey ancceeefulie treat Catarrh. Throat aad Lanea, diet peer of the digeatiTa orpana. dyapep aia,liTer troublea, coaattpation. ckronic diar rkaca. KIDKZT AKT CRIRART Troubles epeedlly lemorad. KEEVOCS DISEASES. Tbe moat ajreraeated eaae are apeedHy and permanently cored by oar new method of treat menu LADTR8 AFFLTCTKD fnedal attention green to all diaeaeee pecnliar to women. Reety facility aad advantage for taa treatment aad speedy re moval of Ura cl.ee of dlpcaaoa. Electricity Its Scientific Applica tion. Facial blemtahea, as mole. aperBoono hair wine mark, tumor, wena, etc, reaored by eloc tnuysl. BLOOD AKD SKIX DISEASES. All troablea eriams from impure blood, acrof ala. ecaema, tatter, tamor, nicer, etc. Can be conanlted connoently by latter or otaar wtee. bend 4 cent for oneetion blank. Addresf DRS. ANDERSON BUnB, Ryan bteck, Daven port. Iowa. B WINTER. WaoldSale Dealer and Importer of Win6S and Liquors ltli and 1(18 Third Are: LABOR FOR SILVER. Resolutions in Favor of the Bi metallic Theory SraiED BY THE LEADEBS OF UHT0S8" t-Deeaaaa tor Ska lS-to-1 Stattaaael Ar- There rot ladeeae by Swewralcii tkar, Sarawat, Geaapwr aaol Otkwra A Want ate Peraael Make iwi" of a Sertioa of the New TariSI BIU Katloaal Capital Kotea. WASHntGTOS, Ang. 22. Repreaentatiee Bamnan, of Montana, has presented in tbe bouse resolutions for tbe free coinage of silver which are regarded by the free silver advocates as one of the most signifi cant e cprcasions in favor of their doctrine which has been elicited by the agitation of the past year. The resolutions have been considered and adopted during the present session by the moat powerful labor or giniration of tbe country, are strongly worded and are signed by tbe chief officers of the various anions. Signer of the Beeolatiowe. Tbe eiicnera are: J. W. Sovereign and John W. Kayes, of the Knights of Labor; Samuel (jumpers; Marion Butler, presi dent of the National Farmers' Alliance: Henry H. "Crenor and P. J. McGuire. of tbe Brothertiood of Carpenters and Join ers; 1 M. Arthur; C A. rtlineon, presi dent of the Farmer' Mutual lienent asso ciation; Fraak Sargent and F. W. Arnold, of the Brotherhooi of Locomotive Firemen, and John McHride, president of the United Mine Workeis ot Am-nca. Tiaae for t'nited .trlloa. Accompanyixig tbe resolutions is an ad dress To the xembers of crganiseil labor and all othear producers aud toil-r Uironghout the Uuiled slates" which led to tLeir adoptiii. The address declares that 'iu view of tbe icrneral distress at a time when granaries are fall and in the natural order od things producers and toilers should bo enjoying tbe fruits of their labors, it seems that the time has come for united .action on the Dart of those wbo c rente ua wealth of tbe coun try." One of tlae causes which have brought about this condition, the address sats, is the departure of the wi bi metallic financial principal from Wash ington, Jefferson aiad Hamilton, and the Sblistitnliou ot the .monometallic policy dictated by the Eurqpoon money-holders and their American aUiea. The signers therefore desire the recuonetization of sil ver at 16-to-l. Aa Argument That la Presented. A review of financial legislation is given to show what part was enacted in the in terest cf tbe producing, and what of the non-producing classes. The proposition is set forth that before the demonetisation of Silver 3,5. X) bushels of wheat, or pounds equaled the annual pay to a sen ator or representative, while today 1V bushels of wheat or lirj.O.) pouuds of cot ton barely suffice; thnt formerly Si. 000 bushels of wheat or 35J,'jO) pounds of cot ton would have paid the salary of the president, while today be receives the equivalent of 190,000 bushels of wheat or I,uu0,0u0of cotton, and the same propor tion applies to all other fixed salaries ai.d incomes. MAKES GREEK OF THE SECTION. What the Laek of a Period Raa Done for tbe Tariff Hill. WAsnTSGTON, Aug. 22. Additional er rors in pnectustion in (he new tariS bill are constantly being discovercl by tho treasury officials. An important mistake has lieen found in section Cve of the free list- This section prcvides that articles of foreign manufactnre must le ptampted with the name of the country of origin, and then says "and until so marked, stamped, branded or labelled they shall not be delivered to the importer abould any article of imported merchandise be marked, stamped," etc. in excess of the quantity actually contauieii in such arti cle, etc It. is assumed that there should bare been a period placed between the words importer" and -'should," but. as there is cone the paragraph as it stands is unintel ligible and may lead to serious embarrass ments in it execution. Up to this time Secretary Carlisle baa not as Led any opinion from the attorney general upon the many mistakes in the bill, and he will probab'y not do so nniil after the bill becomes a law. The secretary, however, has expressed tbe opinion that all goods now in bond which have been changed from tbe dutiable to free lift will be sub ject to tbe duty in force when imported, if withdrawn for ennsnmption. no Caalda't Live ia Slealco. Wamungtox, Aug. ZL Some days ago dispatches from Mexico announced that Rev. 1L K. Mosely. a Baptist minister, had been imprisoned at Salullo, Mexico, as the result of publishing a pamphlet entitled Tbree Centuries of Komauism in Mex ico." When United States Consul Don nelly requested bis release be was set free. aud tha consul general escorted him safely scrubs the border. "little Lord FancUeroy" I1U Washisgtox. Ane. 22. - -Vivian Bur nett, the original of his mother's famous book, "Little Lord Fanutleroy," is lying critical ill with typhoid fever at tbe resi dence of his father, Ir. Swann M. Bur nett. Dr. Burnett, in response to a cable gram sent to him and his wife, wbo were in Europe, has reached the city from Eng land. Dyaanaite Oan a Failare. Washixtos, Aug. 23. The construction bureau of tbe navy has prepared plans for tbe transformation of tbe dynamite cruiser eesunns into a torpedo cruiser and the reult of tbe change will be to make tbe esuvtus a very pretty and com fortable little craft. The dynamite guns will be removed aud the space otherwise utilised. Stevenson and Hill Go Saatav VTAsniSQTOX, Aug. 22. Vice President Stevenson, Senator Hill and Chief Clerk John S. McEwan, of the senate, have left over the Southern railway for Cbarlotta- ville, where they will be guests of Mr. Jefferson M. Levy, at Mouticello, the some of Jefferson. Wages atos;ulatd by the Ccort. Denver, Aug. 21 Judge Halle tt bas decided against tha Houth Park railroad employes on tbeir application for an order to forbid tbe receiver from reducing wages. The Judge said that the road had failed to meet expense when connected with tbo Union Pacific, but if tbe new receivers succeeded in putting the property on a paying basts bus employes could then petition for a resUrauan of the old seals IQ FOUR LOSES BY FIRE. Bias That Wipe CVat a QaaaUty mt Rail way Property. CuvunfATI, Aug. 21-The Big Four ftight depot and adjoining buildings were burned last evening, causing a Ios of $30),NO. Tbe big depot was burned with damage to all the surrounding prop. erty, including tbe street car lines passing that vicinity. Captain Remus, Lieuten ant Cavanaugh and Fireman Brofft were badly hurt by falling timber. The gov ernment warehouse adjoining the depot was burned with valuable contents. Many ears, including Pullman and Wagner coaches, were burned ia the adjacent buildings. The fire started in the old receiving depot adjacent to the Big Four yards on the south side of Thitd street, extending 430 feet raet from Wood street. It was caused by tbe explosion of a gasoline stove inside the depot used to heat rootling tar. The destruction and estimated losses are: Old freight depot and coot, nts, S15.00W; five Wagner sleepers, including President IairalU' private car, tTS.CW; thirty-one pas senger coaches, mostly vestibuled, 1173, 000; twelve freight cars, mostly loaded. t33,000; total, .M,00Ct. AMERICAN CATHOLIC CHURCH. First Conveattoa of the Seeeaeloa from Borne Now ta Seaaioa. CUTELASn, Aug. 22. The first conven tion of the Polish National Church of America convened in Father Kolaszew ski's church in Xewburg. The aeceders from the Roman Catholic church were of such numbers as to fill the large hail to overflowing, and much enthusiasm pre vailed. High mass was celebrated by Archbishop Vilatte, who was aurrounded by the priests in attendauce. An open mass meettug was held before th con vention catue to order. I here were a number of mldresaes in the Polish lan- Father Kolaszew&ki explained why the convention was called, saying it was for unity lu tbe American Catholic church. Archbishop Vilatte followed with a short address in Kulish. He asked the people to be steadfast in their belief. "We abould be American and for America, aud not for the Komaa Catholic church." he aaiu. Oar church is founded on American principles and American power." The election of a president then took up souio time, the archbishop beiug unanimously chosen to till tb.it position. Appraieementa ia Illinois. SrKixuriELD, Ills., Aug. ii There bas been Ui 1 before the state auditor a tabu lated statement of the property appraised in Illinois for the year 1M4, as returned to the auditor's ofti;e. It shows appraise ments of all classes of property to be f 737,- jO 61b, a net decrease of PiUJTil.iM as cam- pared with last year. Toe appraisement is increased in only twelve counties. In Cook county the appraisement is fi7,92, S53. a decrea-e of fi. 64,4. Outside of Cix k.Will couDty gets tbe largest decrease, rS2.i.ft:l. and htteside . comes next. ,:46.&J. The county outside of Cook having the largot appraisement is La- Saile. tl7,02,3U, and the lowest is Urdin, Miss Pallmaa Not To Bo a Prince a. Chicago, Aug. 22. Oeorje M. Pullman says that his daughter is not engaged to Prince Uenburg-Iiirstein. as reported in the late dispatcher, and he is certainly in a position to b; acquainted with the inside facts in tba case. He declares tbat his conseut to tbe marriage, which was graft ed by the alert foreign correspondents. has not been asked and that there is noth ing in the story. Disappointed tbo Jaalor Order. PlTTiBUUG. Aug. 22. The Junior Order U. A. M. officials are disappointed with Judge Barker's decision in the Gallitzin school cae. and will appeal to the su preme court in order to have the matter detiuitely settled. In case tbe dccisiou of that court is agaim-t tbeui tbey will en deavor to have a law passed that will cover the disputed points on sectarianism in public schools. Chicago Is afe for Awhile. New York. Auj. 21. Professor J. W. Spencer, of Atlanta, Oa, the geologist wbo insists the continent is sinking, also says that in tisue the great lakes will empty into tbe Mississippi river over or past tbe site of Chicago. It will be S,'"J years or theren bouts, however, before na ture makes this assault on Chicago real estate, the professor thinks. Slay Opea I'p the Mine. Mesomisee, Mich., Aus. 22. Simon Dess-sau of New York, well known in min ing circles as the "Black Diamond King," arrived in this city and was met by Cap tain Charles McGregor cf the Millie iron mine, situated near Iron Mountain. The object of the meeting is to arrange, if pos aible, with C. IL Joues, owner of the mine, for the early resumption of work in that property, which is (aid to be one of the most valuable on the Menominee rauges. Fidelity Bank C'lainaa Paid. Cixcissati. Aug. 22 Receiver Arm strong of the Fidelity National bank paid out 8 per cent, of claims of creditors, amounting to about SJjO,0(ICL He says an other dividend of IS per cent, can certainly be paid hereafter and still another of j per cent, lu case tbe suit against the Chemical bank of New York should be decided in favor of the Fidelity receiver. Killed by His Landlady. Fort Woktu, Tex., Aug. 22. Mrs. L. F. Thorn paou, who keeps a lodging house on Throckmorton street, shot and k illed A. Lieb, one of ber lodgers. She fired five shots, two shots taking effect- The woman was jailed and claim that she fired in self-defene, saying that Lieb bad threatened to kiH her if she did not marry him. Detroit Reboot Traate Hipping. DETUOlT, Aug. 22. Milo IL Davis, one ot tbe city school trustees who was recent ly arrested charged with bribery, disap peared from the city last Friday aud bis relatives have since Lad no trace of him. He started ostensibly to visit relatives ia this state, but has not dune so. Beld for Maaalaaghtar. Omaha. Aug. 22. Sandy Griawold and others on preliminary trial at Plat ta rn outh for causing the death of Pugilist Bobbins in a recent prizefight was bound over on the charge of manslaughter. Griswold was released on (7.SU0 bail. The others are in jail. Ballet Pierce th Cnlrrsas. Berlin, Aug. 22.-Her Dowe, the in vector of the bullet-proof cloth, was eaitl to have been wounded at a performance at Aachen, a bullet having pierced las cuirraas. MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH. Sew pork. Fiaaaeiat. New Tors. Aug. !L Money en rail easr. Offered at 1 par rent. Prime mercantile paper 3,i,M. per cemL; steruns- exchange firmer erfth actual busiaeaa in banker' 64 for demand and V-TV -"' for niity days: puel rataa eSMrtf ST. CuaitaercMU bliip 4P4ia U-4. . Ml vw certificate. 3i bi1: no tales; bar sil ver Mexican dollars 0H4. L'nited State tamdx. y regular. IIS: do ia coupons, 11 do ra recniar. 11; riot'a eottiNin. lU',- do rp,Mbid; Pacinc '. of Vi. ll bid. Chicago Grata anal Prmlneo. Cnti auo, Aug. fl. Pmdune; Butter Extra cieam-Tj. tic lT n: extra dairy. lt .a kinir iKk. 114-tlic Lifif: Fresh stock. I3: lr per dos. Live lmttry-flit. kens, tic perlli: aiirins chh kess, lv- ilu. ks, ;t-.- turkey's v-tsp; rm. f .(i ttperl- lVtatwsa Kim, ti :.. I Kl -r bb;; early titam, tl."(,l Sa. Ai os. fl.vii.-X To per l-U. Ierrin-b.a.-.kberrirtat IVUtm, (Liu j 1.75 per Wijt caee: tia?bern , l.ui.1.7 ier ltxit rase. H-.aiey White rkiver. l-'b aectiua; 'i.lrc; I ruken romb. rustlle; dark rotnli, ood runditwn, luc; strainer California, avic per lb. Kollnwins w.t tbe qnotariooa oa the Bar4 of Trade Uklac: W ul AUtrost. opened te. ci"ed ."-4HtS Septea.ber. o- ie J 6:c clwS i"1." Ieemlii"r. o'cned ts' rl-cJ Vc. Com Ann-t opetMl e. cUwe.1 Sm-iHoiu- r. utM-ned :-4c cbistsl V; May, urnei eWes'd 5ic. oate Ausu-t.oiwtioa -. ei--ii -rt4v; vitvini-r. ofeucl iiac clsisl U'.'sc: Maf, urnel :.,. rinsed ii1.. l'.wk- Aamut. ors-m-d . ikhsI ; evi'tember. ojxsoxsl lAii. closed fliii Lard Septem ber, oi-eticd ST.i-, cl-wd t7.t, (JKicaco Live Mark. C'HK'AOO, AtlK. ZL Live Stock Prices at the Cutn St k yanla toiUT raticed as fellows: Ho t.tnntU reoei.ts f.r th day l i.i0: saia rammd at tU.7i iri-lo .iu.i.VSI Uuht. H.-s'-lVlS niuvti I a. k:u.-. Vlo,fitei niix -d. aud tU2j i.-o aiavy ia xia sua sutpptui: i:s Cattle Ueci;rtJ f.ir t!ie diy. .i: qo ita tiooa nui-d at H.:ui.id tUiotc ti extra sb:iIiu pteers. i4-l. i4.i gini to choi do. t.-.T.". -1 -D lair to p L Si.; i v70 ruuai'ia to me-l'ilm do. C-.j.ii biitchi-rs' stoera. f-l.TU it.;;.". (--krn. i. Jit A iv ft-.lni. tl.oi 1.1.x i.aa. tiii 13 IkiKts. 1 i'rj. J halU e-t ,XiJ Tcxaa atcera. and A-l Vti.w veal catvuK. h-.-p and Lm'jp Rtvi.ta Ut the day, iri'-e. raii.-ed at fl.7.i '-1.10 wt"ni, H.'k Tt xana. s.iit.t bauroa, aud SLai .4.1 1 minpi Tbs Loral Stars ota, saais, arc Wheat sae. I on- Mc CHta- DKl.Hc H- 0.0.. f. - et-He.d. tniUi; wUd. niSl0;;outl tiiil; baled. 19. raoncca. BaUrr p.tr to-rhoice, C ; craaavary. Sic Xcr Tv-h. 11c. Ponltry pntig chickens, Imrft, ft 50 tier d3sen- mrrr axs vsarraaLca. Petaioea He. Iiwna- Vic pee Hn BlBi-herriee-f i.lo a case. Orni-c C: jK.r l". LIVS STOCK. Cattle BnWiers pay fcr cot at , era &He; cows aad aalfeia, 2SS'!, : a.tc Hat-4-c , eeo tctue FpnngUmb S S0Q4abead. rrrt.. Coal Sort.! Te. A Lanyer'e Beat Fee. "Fee sitip'e. er.i tbe rmple for. And all to-- feeeent.ii Are tHh;u2 e-a-tj rora;iar d to thee ; '1 boa treet ot Ire fe-ma.e: that vrbt a lawyer wrote in k:s wife's al y-nm. lit kept her ic the best of b-a'h nd ho rn -r ty pfiwid.rc her w!;h Dr. Fierce e Favorite Ptcsc.-.jtiJC for t'fflM fcaocr cf ;;ctnee. de'.il Ityacd barkace, wbich are tbe 1 ecu liar jot of the ft male eex. A trin'Mer a: 'ktnuxee. Creek Nation, I. T rays: I ata p!ca.ed t o tand as a wltnee for y-ar 'FaT ri:e Pre-crptioB." My wife was aa In valid fnrnbjnt seveiteen month. Ev.ry remedy was n-el for ber health, acd tr.ca y .ect in 'am bi t no r-lf could bo obtttacd. Tour 'Favor:! Preecripuor. wrap recomirealed to me and I 06 uiced one botiie. H T bea la soon lcui to ia- proTe, acd he was acnally tared by it. It is a onJerfal m d ciie. Every invalid laly oncht :o obtain it. Royal Knly Ky WhUky I a "Rye 11 1 Bye," tstrs'!y Opened and re from a:i foreipa flavor at,d adnlterarts. guar anteed fare acd over eleven year of are, recom amended to tbe cccnoUpear p- a meritoriose arti cle wor.hy of th COTfiienoc of lnva'ids, conva leecens and tLe ared. fee that our name Is bloan in bottle. $:.upper auart bottle. 'ROYAL KLBV" POKT WI!fF. pore, old ar.d mellow, there'ore ben adapted fcr trvads. convalescents aad the azed. It reetoras lopt Vtalitv. rreatre Ptmrh and .pneti-a. bnilds sptbeweaaanu deMliutcd. Unarts SI Plata. au cex. 1 ui on honor and laaranU'vd bv KOYAL WISE. CO, Cbicaao. For ' at Harper Konre Pharmacy, and by Vf :.!ian Clecdcnln. Mo. me. V1TAL1S Aade tv WeU JAb let Bar. lITII IP IIIKLIO lO-aCr. THE GREAT o?rX FRENCH REMEDY rretareatk Shave keearts la XS Bars. It Powerfully and quickly. Cures w ben all otb r iaiL v Tune Bra a 111 c-tala tb-lr lost manbood, aod o'a in. n wui recover their voutbtul v. rot by asinx VITALIS. It quickly acd Merely re stores NervouMH as, Xrst Vitality. Iirootency, Nirbt'v RmiSMor.s. Lost Power. Failins Mem ory. Wasting- Uiseasea. and ad erects of self abuse or excess and Indiscretion, Wanls of Insanity and coosuaipuon. Insist on having VITALI8. so other. Can be carried la vest pock l liy mail. per packare. pf tix ak.es, wtlh a pepMivs wrttua amaraatae ta ear ar rraa vae pwert, i-wnr fm. Address CalAHET SUM! COaPSBT. Ihlraaw, IM. Far sale at Bnrk laiasd by Harper Hoe Phar macy and William Cleacenls. Itnggin. Mo la. M CltOOSMQ C-u ORES' Root bear WBX IMC YOU TIKI. Deliriously Exhilsratino;, Spark ling, Etfei icaceut. Wholesome aswelL Purines the blood, ticlt les the palate. Ask your store keeper for it. Get the Genuine. T itf inii wi aeWppuaS alaaaaaataa THE CHAS. eTiIIRES Ca. 1 fi I - -rx a I av axaxaxaw "a. kxffwr l. -w -f s-ar a. is - r m v m ZOA-PHOEA, Sea an: rt sWcs. serf M4 ar Ms Bradrr, mTrrliif froai asy ecirrlxlnt frsllar ta the fVawle en. Wix-Tr'::; , ,4 worth e-rerythine to you. Letters f-w nd rlro, marked "CmaXirr Ii. jar tt sees by our phylr1an only. EOA-raORAtX), H.ti.C0IA?:.W y, Lia-n j '. v rMm. A la." Ih. 1-..r-- 11mmm V an 1 w a n .(. I.' in i i ca Stiu itO'iu hj ia.'. ti. The Moline HI A 11 y ir J I M Moukx, Ills. ( af " ' - riu.c iu Uulactiirers ol ?ARM,SPP.niG AND FREIGHT WlGC-a A fall and esmnVt Its of PBtfnru acd otbr S:-fitir S area, rvec-ral'y soar-ae. so lu t-ra trayw.ot eaparloe wwfcaiaerbtf acd t."h l;iaetru1 prv Iei fre-t ot aaavueatwa. Bo ta htuU SAieH bwfor tvarcnaaxc J. X. DIXON Merchant Tailor And Dealer in Men's Fine Woolens. 1706 Second Avenue. JOHS . PARIDOK. BEXBt A. Ilu!1 paridoij a son Painters and Decorators FAFZX. HHSIpS, CALCClCXIaS, etc SEC?. 4 StTtitwfSth SL, HC all. lacoKPoaaTKO ckdib tbb statz law Roek Island Savings Bank, Rocs Ijlaito, III. Opsa sally from a. av to p. and eatarday evenare from 7 to t etjoot. rive per cent Intarsst paid on Deposits. Konsy loar.ed en r arsons' ccj lateral or Real tvstate aaourttj. f. u tnTcaxix, rrasl. F c.Danum.vinrmri. f. L. Mnchan, F. C. Dr kntacr. Joha Crobarrt. fMl tf'teheu. B. T. floT L. A. W Ham, J. Bnford. a Va.a. Jacasoa at llcaar. bouctuirs. fsrui bssiaaas Jnly a. Ifau. sad ocenpy th aomhaast toniLi of Htwaari a Lyrce- t.rw re' e-rs f". EVERY WOW1AN Sm, B'S idlaisiiin '! 11 Ulili mwilliU . iw ulalliii amlliin On'y rara'aas SZl T tae aroptdra. aaooid b. am. if yoa 101 tht taw. &k Dr. Psal'a Pennyroyal Pills T Thov at arnmat , aat ard aetais ts raaalt. Tbe rtnrltie UT. I-poTp' -eT a iu "auia s3tkiiBrc, S..WI, A 11 av j-Xaxaii ioiisia, dc'auJ-i. w. For sale bj T. II. Thomas, Drngpist. sole acnt. Kot k U'.ao.I. 111. JOHN KONOSKY, Carpenter and Builder. OFFICE. SO: SoJl SIXTU AVENUE, Shop on Yln 8trc HOCK ISLAND. SE1VERS cfe CONTRACTORS and BUILDERS All klnrip of carpenter work doos Office snl Shop 721 Twelfth stree J. SPILGER, Contractor and Builder. Cavop. H0II7 XXom Z2om. ReUnce. 410 Seventh street. City "Bus and Express Line. For But or Eipreat Line telephone 1111, and you will rewire prompt attention. TmXaaSXssUO. ft CFaSICliB, Fro ewewrvste CIRLSs paista aWvilusaatat and ti.aa mb. weaki faatsias aad saotfce. rA,rTwv.,, lT"r w rt , tZrhtiutlr .1 ,;,,.-, ssd prev s" rr"ll-aa. ' fsrrs ra1p4t1lnn. .V.,f,.. "KS, SVrT.4 llVakl-r" P . areveatll!S lnStrM 1, JT.i!.r- t , C'AefMcye tf Lifr, a-i a harry aid if. r.: 1 1 a tnn:l-n. (I. al fifOl"". a - a . - 1 1 ...a . . . m4 A. - J TT. "M - r ;..r la n.j,V.k-if.,;..l Wap Co,- ANDERSON t earal M(x dner ptinrt i.i". e and aatiefactma furpi.i-l IMH'K M.AM' 4 a, t-s-s. atxsw IPK at t t r - ,